Category Archives: curriculum

Good lessons here on curriculum design

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Family Life Cycle in the Church

From the Along the Journey blog of the Center for Lifelong Learning: “Family Life Cycle Programming in the Church.” Please like & share:

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Do you know what you’re doing?

Many folks who find themselves engaged in the task of congregational education tend to be able to jump right in and keep the programs running. And they do an acceptable, if not admirable, job of keeping things going smoothly. Programs … Continue reading

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Make your course more effective with IRA and the Ws

Effective teaching in the online environment calls for following sound pedagogy, often, the same as those practiced in the classroom. After all, in a real sense learning is learning, regardless of where it happens. Whether you are teaching a dedicated … Continue reading

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Create Better Online Discussion Questions

Using a hybrid format for a course often means increasing the use of the online discussion forum as a primary pedagogy. This can enhance the learning experience, deepen comprehension, and offer a means for more immediate application of knowledge. It … Continue reading

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Understanding the impact of entering students

Post on understanding and interpreting the impact of entering students. Please like & share:

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High Impact Pedagogy

New post at the Wabash Center’s blog for theological school deans: Does your curriculum use high-impact pedagogy? Please like & share:

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Aesthetics and Pedagogy in Online Learning

The online environment is a visual medium. Whether you are teaching a dedicated online course, using a hybrid format, or using your online course site (Moodle or Blackboard) as a resource and enrichment component of your classroom course, “style” and … Continue reading

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Using announcements in the online environment

I’ve found that instructors new to the online environment sometimes are not too clear about functionality of various pedagogical actions on the LMS platforms. Teacher behavior that has become intuitive in the classroom environment become a challenge when one tries … Continue reading

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It’s not that complicated

Dear professors, it’s not that complicated. (Click image to enlarge) Israel Galindo is Associate Dean, Lifelong Learning at the Columbia Theological Seminary. Formerly he was Dean at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond. Galindo serves on the Advisory Committee of … Continue reading

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